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Draw for the 2013/14 Europa League Group Stage Revealed

europa league 600x336 Draw for the 2013/14 Europa League Group Stage Revealed

The draw for the group stage of the 2013/14 UEFA Europa League has been announced, with the 48 participating teams finding our their fate today.

For fans of British football, both Tottenham and Swansea face challenging groups. Spurs will go up against Russian Premier League club Anzhi Makhachkala, Moldovan side FC Sheriff and Norwegian Cup runners-up Tromso. Swansea, meanwhile, faces Spanish side Valencia, Swiss club FC Gallen and Russian Premier League side Kuban Krasnodar (who features Djibril Cisse as one of its players).

Here is the complete draw:

Group A

Valencia
Swansea City
FC Gallen
Kuban

Group B

PSV
Dinamo Zagreb
Chornomorets Odesa
Ludogorets

Group C

Standard Liege
Salzburg
Elfsborg
Esbjerg

Group D

Rubin Kazan
Wigan
Maribor
Zulte Waregem

Group E

Fiorentina
Dnipro
Pacos Ferreira
Pandurii

Group F

Bordeaux
APOEL
Eintracht Frankfurt
Maccabi Tel-Aviv

Group G

Dynamo Kyiv
Genk
Rapid Vienna
Thun

Group H

Sevilla
Freiburg
Estoril
Liberec

Group I

Lyon
Real Betis
Guimaraes
Rijeka

Group J

Lazio
Trabzonspor
Legia
Apollon

Group K

Tottenham
Anzhi
Sheriff
Tromso

Group L

AZ Alkmaar
PAOK
Maccabi Haifa
Shakhter

Fenerbahce were replaced by APOEL, while Besiktas was replaced by Tromso.

The first matches of the UEFA Europa League group stage begin on September 19, 2013.


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